Weather Warning for the South of England…

We could take this warning with a pinch of salt… or make sure we have enough food and essentials, just in case…  I remember last time…

 

snow-to-hit-south-of-england-as-temperatures-plunge-136433110450502601-190128064042.jpg

A blanket of snow is expected to fall this week as Britons shiver on through a deep chill.

A band of rain is due to push east across England on Tuesday evening, bringing widespread snow to the south of the country overnight.

Around 1cm to 3cm of the white stuff is expected to accumulate “quite widely”, the Met Office said, with the possibility of 5cm to 10cm falling on higher ground.

A yellow warning is in place for the south of England, East Midlands and West Midlands from 9pm on Tuesday to midday on Wednesday.

2.40861882.jpg

 

img_8456.jpg

Depending on your point of view, this is one hell of a way to start the week!

7 thoughts on “Weather Warning for the South of England…

  1. During our two days of snow back in March I loved it – made Cyberspouse walk to the cliff top. Day 2 we did the same then crunched down Grand Avenue
    for coffee at our favourite place which was packed with excited families whose schools were closed. At the shops there was a shock – no milk! No one had realised milk has to come from farms cut off by snow. There followed a frenzy on our local Facebook group as people reported where milk could be found and Vegans’ supply of almond milk was decimated. Roll on Wednesday.

    Liked by 1 person

Comments are closed.